Splash Your Living Room With Colourful Cushions And Curtains
Give your living room a bright new makeover to set the right mood for the festival. Since your living room is the place to welcome your guests, everything must be well matched. Your living room can be embellished with beautiful upholstery, cushions, and curtains (even those made from sarees), cool artwork on the wall. Not enough? Add more drama to your living room, with colourful crystal bowls with floating candles and petals and place them on the centre table. Make sure to bring in loads of colours and vibrancy into your living room with wall hangings, floral walls, colourful motifs, and bright carpets.
Do Something Drastic Decor With Your Balcony
You’re lucky if your home has a balcony as there are endless possibilities to decorate it. Add a rug to brighten up the place, paint flower pots and decorate it with fresh fragrant flowers for a cheerful vibe. You can hang woven garlands of Marigolds, Rajanigandha, Champa, from the balcony if you want a more natural look. Paper buntings are the easiest way to decorate your balcony as they are easy to make.
A Colourful Tablescape For This Holi
Your dining room is a place where tasty treats are served, so why not serve it with style this Holi? Traditional and mythological artwork can be hung on the walls like in this image shown below. See how it transforms the ambience in an instant? Paper lanterns dangling from the ceiling can be a source of lighting. Add a few colourful decor accents on your dining table like multi-coloured vases, candle holders. You can also place tiny cups filled with Holi colour to create an artistic design on the table.
Isn't Holi An Outdoor Affair? Decorate Your Lawns And Patios
Holi is an outdoor festival and usually celebrated on lawns, patios, balconies, and terraces. From hanging flower pots, string lights, to coloured buckets full of gulal, your lawn will look amazing on this festival. Save yourself from the blistering sun by making a canopy using colourful dupattas.
Give Your Study A Colorful Makeover
You want to celebrate Holi but don’t want to ruin your expensive lush carpet in your living room? Then we might have the solution to end your woes. How about some DIY decor to your study room? The simplest way of decorating your study room is by adding colourful wall art to the walls and a beautiful patterned rug to adorn the floor. Paper chains are a hit as they are easy to make, maintain and will add a vibrant touch to the entire space. Make it interesting with gulal filled in pots.
Are there any decoration ideas that you follow rigorously? Get these ideas and start decorating your home for a fun-filled festival. We would love to know if you have any ideas that will blow us away, so please leave a comment below.
Ashish Rai is a content writer at Design Cafe and believes that words have the power to change the world! He comes with five years of experience and has experimented with various roles including sales, a tourist guide, and ran a tattoo parlour too!